Dr Kathy Dynon
Kathy has a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, and has experience in working in a number of areas of psychology, including drug and alcohol services, mental health, disabilities, and school counselling. Kathy’s primary specialty is substance abuse and related issues, although she enjoys working with a wide range of clients including adults, children, adolescents and families, across a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, stress, interpersonal difficulties, behaviour problems, and workplace issues. Kathy also has a strong interest in personal and professional development, and the supervision of new psychologists.
Natalie is a Registered Psychologist and is currently completing a Professional Doctorate in Clinical and Health Psychology through the University of Newcastle. Natalie has a background in rehabilitation, general clinical and corporate psychology. Natalie enjoys working with adults and young children and has experience working with a range of issues such as depression, anxiety, stress, chronic pain, adjustment issues, self-esteem & self-confidence, work-related issues and helping with vocational guidance. Natalie has an interest in antenatal mental health and postnatal depression.
Dr Danielle Anthony
Danielle has completed a Professional Doctorate in Clinical and Health Psychology after finishing an Honors degree in Psychology. She has experience in working with those with health issues, including Diabetes, and with those who would like assistance with weight loss. Danielle enjoys working with children and adults. Along with a passion for clinical health psychology, Danielle is a dedicated mother of two and enjoys the balance of work and family life.
Dianne is a Clinical Psychologist with many years experience. She enjoys working with adults of all ages and has a particular interest in depression, anxiety, grief and trauma work.
Dr Angela Bates
Angela is a Clinical Psychologist and has completed a Professional Doctorate in Clinical and Health Psychology after finishing an Honours degree in Psychology. Her primary specialty is working with people with mental health disorders, including mood and anxiety disorders and their related issues. Angela enjoys working with a range of clients, including adult, adolescents, children and families, across a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, trauma, stress, sexual assault, behavioural and parenting issues.
Sarah is a Clinical Psychologist experienced in working with children and adults with a wide range of presenting issues, with a background in both specialist child and generalist health settings. Sarah enjoys working with children and adults for psychological, parenting, and relationship issues using a number of therapeutic interventions such as acceptance and commitment therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy, family therapy, positive parenting and attachment-based therapies. She is also very experienced and passionate about supervision, including supervising other Psychologists and Clinical Psychologists, and Clinical Psychologist Registrars. Sarah also works for a not-for-profit organisation and does some lecturing for the University of Newcastle.
Jocelyn trained originally as a Registered Nurse, returning to study as a mature-aged student, completing a BA (Psych) (Hons) and a Master of Clinical Psychology at the University of Newcastle. Jocelyn has gained experience in the public and private health care systems, working with adults with a broad range of concerns including anxiety, depression, grief and loss, stress, and behavior problems. Additionally, Jocelyn worked at the Hunter New England Centre for Gynaecological Cancer, seeing clients and their families, as they dealt with the issues around the diagnosis and management of cancer. Through this work, Jocelyn developed an interest in addressing sexual difficulties, going on to obtain a Master of Health Science (MHSc), through the University of Sydney, qualifying her as a Sex Therapist and Sexologist. This work includes working with individuals and couples, addressing concerns such as mismatched libidos, vaginismus, ejaculation problems (premature and delayed), gender transitioning, and exploring issues around sexual orientation. Jocelyn is married with a grownup family.
Tracey Turnbull is a Clinical Psychologist who has over ten years experience working with adults with a broad range of mental and physical health issues. She has specialised in pain management and health psychology and enjoys assisting individuals to enhance their overall well-being. Tracey has a particular interest in grief and loss, adjustment and physical health issues, depression, anxiety and self-esteem. Tracey has a holistic, strengths-based approach and utilises various psychological modalities. She also enjoys incorporating meditation and mindfulness into her work.
Davinia is a Registered Psychologist and is an associate member of the Australian Psychological Society. Davinia has worked in number fields of psychology, including injury rehabilitation in both a work and sporting field, assisting elite athletes with performance enhancement in a group and individual setting, vocational counselling and working in a clinical setting providing assistance to people with depression, anxiety, grief and loss, stress management issues, pain management issues and family and work difficulties. Davinia has a particular interest in health psychology and psychology related to weight loss. Davinia enjoys working with both the adult and adolescent population.
Sophie is a Registered Psychologist and a Member of the Australian Psychological Society. She completed her undergraduate degree BSc at the University of NSW and a Masters of Arts (Psychology) at Sydney University. Sophie has been working in non-government clinical settings for 12 years and has experience in assisting individuals with depression, anxiety, grief and loss, stress and trauma, pain management issues, relationship issues, family and work difficulties. Sophie has a special interest in working with children, adolescents, and families.
Grant is a Clinical Psychologist who has many years experience working with adults, adolescents and children with mental health issues. He also has an interest and experience in workers compensation matters, pain management, and in working with victims of crime.
Dr Gali Lawrence
Gali completed her degree in Psychology in the UK and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Newcastle, Australia. Gali enjoys working with a wide range of clients including those presenting with anxiety, depression, and postnatal distress. Over the past 10 years Gali has developed an interest in eating disorders and body image issues. Gali incorporates mindfulness and a compassion-focused approach into her clinical work. Gali is passionate about well-being and is also a yoga teacher specialising in pre and post natal yoga.
Dr Huw Raggatt
Huw is a General Psychiatrist experienced in assessing and treating adults with mental heath problems. Huw graduated in Medicine from Bristol University, UK in 1990. He specialised in Psychiatry before moving to Australia in1998. He then worked as a Consultant Psychiatrist in both inpatient and outpatient settings in the local public mental heath service before commencing private practice in 2009. His professional interests include depression, anxiety disordersand psychosis and he welcomes Medicare, Workcover and DVA referrals.
Belinda is a Clinical Psychologist with over fourteen years experience working with children, adolescents and adults who are experiencing a wide range of difficulties and mental health issues. Belinda has a particular expertise in working with children and adolescents who have experienced trauma. Belinda enjoys working with clients from all age groups and is experienced in addressing many psychological issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, stress, adjustment issues and grief and loss. Belinda also enjoys working with parents of both children and adolescents to assist them to understand and manage behavioural and parenting difficulties. Belinda has a particular interest in assisting parents of children who are "fussy eaters" and with adults who may also be experiencing these difficulties.
Jayne is a Registered Psychologist who completed her Bachelor of Arts (graduating with Honours) and became a member of the Australia Psychological Society. Jayne has a vast range of experiences from working in local government settings for 13 years before moving into private practice, which she has enjoyed for the last 6 years. Jayne enjoys working with children, adolescents and adults across a variety of developmental, behavioural and psychological issues.
Danielle is a Registered Clinical Psychologist and has a Masters of Psychology (Clinical) from the University of Newcastle.
She has a background in specialist mental health and also generalist health settings and works primarily with adults and older adolescents.
Danielle has published a number of papers relating to the treatments of mood disorders.
Danielle has experience with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, perinatal mental health, substance use, behavioural, grief and adjustment issues.
Her treatment approaches include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Motivational and Solution-focused strategies, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
Dr Kristie Jane Saultry
Kristie has a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, and has worked with both young people and adults experiencing a wide range of difficulties, including more complex mental health problems. She has worked together with clients for many years who are experiencing family and relationships problems, loss and trauma, mental health difficulties such as mood and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, psychotic disorders, drug and alcohol use difficulties or personality difficulties. She is comfortable working with individuals, couples, families or groups with a variety of therapy models including cognitive and behavioural, mindfulness and acceptance and family based therapies.
Alison is a Clinical Psychologist who has experience working with a range of psychological disorders. She has worked for specialist sexual assault and drug and alcohol services and enjoys working with children, adolescents and adults. Alison has a passionate interest in working with trauma, anxiety and grief/loss. She is client focussed and flexible using a range of therapeutic interventions.
Alana is a Registered Psychologist whose background has been in general psychology, corporate services and injury rehabilitation. Alana is experienced in providing assistance to adult clients with a variety of presenting difficulties including anxiety, depression, post traumatic
stress disorder, pain management and adjustment to injury, workplace issues, grief and loss, stress and vocational decision making.
Dr Tamar Reid
Tamar has completed a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) Hon 1A and a Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology). She has 8 years experience in the local government health setting. Tamar enjoys working with adults as well as children and adolescents with a variety of presentations including: mood disorders, anxiety, grief & loss, adjustment issues, behavioural and parenting issues, eating disorders and pain/chronic illness. Tamar works primarily with a solution-focused framework but has training in a variety of modalities including ACT, CBT and mindfulness.
Dr Katie Mitchell
Katie has completed a Doctor of Clinical Psychology and has worked in community health settings for over 10 years. She has experience with children, adolescents and adults with a wide range of presentations such as depression, anxiety, burnout, trauma and relationships along with peri and post-natal mental health and adjustment. Katie uses ACT, DBT, CBT, attachments based therapies and mindfulness and acceptance based therapies.